Royal Bank of Scotland has hired PwC to help review whether the bank’s restructuring division forced viable businesses to fail.
A round-up of the latest news, appointments, executive moves and acquisitions from the world of practice during March 2015.
British American Tobacco has begun looking for a new auditor to replace PwC after using the Big Four firm since 1998.
It’s Friday morning and the headlines today feature PwC accused of promoting avoidance on an industrial scale, the NAO urging HMRC to do more to help taxpayers, and another probe into Tesco.
A round-up of the latest news, appointments, executive moves and acquisitions from the world of practice during January 2015.
The Big Four firm recently hired Sigal Zarmi as its new network CIO and vice chairwoman to boost its global focus on technology adoption and big data.
Panto season started early at the Public Accounts Committee this week, where Margaret Hodge and her accomplices grilled heads of tax at both PwC and pharmaceutics
AIM-listed insurance and legal conglomerate Quindell has turned to Big Four accountant PwC to help it out during a torrid period at the hands of shareholders.
A survey of the UK’s largest companies shows a marginal increase in taxes borne despite the recent reductions in the rate of corporation tax, PwC has reported.